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Iliotibial Band Syndrome in Runners
Iliotibial Band Syndrome affects mostly athletes, espeically those new to exercise or distance runners.
Watch Out for Early Signs of Injury
No matter how fit you may be, it’s important to know how to watch out for early signs of injury. Find out more.
Exercise for Mental Health
In today’s world of uncertainty, exercise can be beneficial for our children. Exercise has been known to relieve stress and more.
Diabetes and Exercise
Feet often mirror a person's general health. In the case of preventative diabetic foot wounds, regular exercise is possible and encouraged.
Cold Weather Injuries
It's essential for cold-weather runners to protect their skin from the dangers of frostbite and conditions like Raynaud's phenomenon.
Running Safely in the Winter
In the winter, we are often forced to run out in the darkness of early morning or after work. Here are some winter running safety tips.
Soccer Season: Don't "Play Through" The Pain
It's important for parent and coaches to think twice before letting a young, injured soccer player "play through" foot and ankle pain.
Stress Fractures: Not Just For Athletes
A stress fracture is a tiny or incomplete crack in a bone that is often caused by overuse. Learn more.
Avoid Injuries This Flip-Flop Season
With beach season in full swing, many are wearing flip-flops for prolonged periods of time. But many types of flip-flops can cause foot and ankle problems.
5 Questions With Robert F. Weiss, Podiatry
"I suffered as a young man from serious foot and knee problems... The greatest gift one can have is to help another human being."